Paris Hilton was denied entry to Japan after admitting to possession of cocaine and obstructing a police officer in Las Vegas this week.

Adding to her humiliation, Hilton was kept in a holding cell at Toyko’s Narita International Airport for six hours waiting to be grilled about her drug conviction.

She was then made check in to a £40-per-night budget hotel. Horror of horrors.

Paris and her sister Nicky Hilton had planned to hold a fashion event in Tokyo but Japan has strict laws on drugs and visitors with convictions can expect to be turned away by immigration officers.

Realising that she wasn’t going to be allowed into Japan, Paris left on a charted plane for the United States and dropped her request for entry into the country.

Hilton pleaded guilty to drug possession and obstruction of an officer at a court in Las Vegas on Monday after being arrested last month.

She avoided imprisonment but was placed on probation.

“About to take off. Going home now. So dissappointed to miss my fans in Asia. I promise to come back soon. I love you all! Love Paris xoxo,” Hilton Tweeted as she left Japan.

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